Skegss Tour 2021
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Skegss are an Australian surf music and garage rock trio originally from Byron Bay, New South Wales. Their line-up includes Toby Cregan on upright bass, Jonny Laneway on drums and Ben Reed on lead guitar and synth.
They have released several extended plays and toured both nationwide and internationally. Skegss made headlines after accusing US rappers Reese and Lil Yachty of copying the cover art for that collaboration's single, "Do It", from the band's 2015 EP, 50 Push Ups for a Dollar.
Their debut studio album, My Own Mess, was released in September 2018 and peaked at number 2 on the ARIA Charts.